Session 61. Safety and sustainability in the insect chain

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Safety of black soldier fly (Hermetia illucens) larvae reared on different biowaste substrates
E.F. Hoek- Van Den Hil, K. Van Rozen, Y. Hoffmans, P.G. Wikselaar and T. Veldkamp

Effects of insecticide residues in feed on reared insects
N.P. Meijer, H.J. Van Der Fels-Klerx and J.J.A. Van Loon

Insect disease monitoring: a proposal for a structural approach
VanEngelen, D. Van Der Merwe, W. Dekkers, P. Vellema and S. Luttikholt

Economic value of frass fertilizer from black soldier fly farming
Beesigamukama,S. Subramanian and C.M. Tanga

Life cycle assessment of Hermetia illucens meal inclusion in diets for trout reared in aquaponics
Bordignon,A. Trocino, E. Sturaro, G. Xiccato, L. Gasco, M. Birolo and M. Berton

CO2 and ammonia emitted by mealworms, crickets and black soldier fly larvae
C.L. Coudron and D. Deruytter

Sustainable perspectives of insect production
Smetana,A. Bhatia, N. Mouhrim, A. Tonda, A. Mathys, A. Green, D. Peguero and V. Heinz

Small-scale produced insects in hens’ diet as tools for decrease of environmental impact of eggs
Ristic,K. Wiesotzki and S. Smetana

Generic multi-objective optimised decision support tool for SUstainable INsect CHAINs production
Bhatia,N. Mouhrim, A. Green, D.A. Peguero, A. Mathys, A. Tonda and S. Smetana

Carbon footprint of eggs produced by laying hens fed with soybean or Hermetia illucens meal
Vitali,G. Grossi, M. Meneguz, F. Grosso, E. Sezzi, N. Ferrarini, E. Batistini and N. Lacetera


Impacts of cypermethrin residues on mealworm rearing performances
Dupriez,A. Samama and T. Lefebvre